During my creative girl adventures, I’m running across many things that I love that I want to share with you. Some of these have affiliate links (to amazon). I’ll be adding to this as I run across more fun stuff. I’d also love to hear your favorites. Please comment with them below.
I am falling in love with art journaling. It’s been around forever but I’m just hearing about it now (in 2019). Here are some of my absolute favorites.
This book by Traci Bunkers has been my constant companion during my art journaling journey. I picked it up at the library but have since secured my own copy. (It’s that good!) She not only walks through all the different tools you may want to use while art journaling (which is wonderful for a beginner like me), but she also offers pages and pages of prompts as well as a complete walk through of how she designed her pages.
ART JOURNAL SUPPLIES
This is by far my favorite pen for art journaling. It’s the one I’ve used on almost every page I’ve done (if not all of them – I’d have to check). It’s nice and thick and super bright. I’ve used it to go back over things I stamped in white as well as to outline some of my watercolor text to help them stand out more. It’s also waterproof (although I haven’t tested it yet).
Who doesn’t want to be prosperous? I’ve learned that the key to prosperity is creating a mindset and perspective that supports it.
I have spent many hours studying the art of prosperity via reading and classes and nothing has shifted my thinking more around this subject than It’s Not Your Money by Tosha Silver. She’s a genius around helping to shift your mindset around prosperity while opening yourself up to other sources of money. I’ve become clear through the help of this book that it doesn’t matter where my money comes from and knowing that it will always come.
PLAY + FUN
I’m learning more and more that life is all about fostering play and fun.
I’m just starting out with this book but I’m already in love. It combines my love for art journaling with my love for creative mindfulness by including a bunch of goodies such as smaller pullout journals and stickers along with walking you through ways to embrace mindfulness. It looks like a whole lot of fun and I can’t wait to dive in.
Here’s the forgiveness book I recommended in my Forgiveness Sets Me Free post.
RADICAL FORGIVENESS: A REVOLUTIONARY FIVE-STAGE PROCESS TO HEAL RELATIONSHIPS, LET GO OF ANGER AND BLAME, AND FIND PEACE IN ANY SITUATION
I bought this book in 2014 as I started my journey towards forgiving some rather big people in my life. This book along with practicing gratitude towards them EVERY DAY helped me clear the angst and upset I had been feeling towards them. It’s an on-going practice but my life is much better not holding on to stuff I no longer want to hold onto.